The article features the reopening of the Carnegie Library in Newnan, Georgia in 2009. The original facility in 1904 reportedly epitomized early 20th century neoclassical architecture which is marked by symmetrical paired brick pilasters across the facade and evenly-spaced, paneled and stained columns in the interior. It is stated that the new library will offer popular and current printed material, computer stations, an art gallery and meeting rooms.
(2010). Newnan's Original Public Library Celebrates Grand Reopening. Georgia Library Quarterly, 47(1). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/glq/vol47/iss1/14